Scott Alan Launches New Contest for BWW Series SONGS FROM MY LIVING ROOM

Scott Alan Launches New Contest for BWW Series SONGS FROM MY LIVING ROOM

How would you like to join composer Scott Alan on his new series 'SONGS FROM MY LIVING ROOM'?

Alan has announced that he's looking for undiscovered talent in and around the New York City area for a once in a lifetime opportunity to get your voice heard by one of the premier contemporary writers of this generation.

To enter:

- Upload a video of yourself singing one of Scott Alan's songs and briefly explain why you picked that song to showcase your talent.

- Tweet the video to @scottalannet & @broadwayworld with the hashtag #bwwcontest (if you don't have Twitter, feel free to upload to Facebook with the same tags as above.)

- Video must be uploaded and sent via Twitter (or Facebook no later than August 31st.

Many of Broadway's elite have sung Scott Alan's songs, including Liz Callaway, Jonathan Groff, Shoshana Bean, Adriane Lenox, Stephanie J. Block, Cheyenne Jackson, Eden Espinosa and more, all of which can be found featured on his debut CD Dreaming Wide Awake.

Scott Alan released the follow up CD, Keys, in 2008 which features more of Broadway and West End elite singing his work, including Sutton Foster, Norm Lewis, Kerry Ellis, Randy Graff, Megan Hilty, Hadley Fraser, Julia Murney and many more.

In the fall of 2010, Scott Alan released his newest album, What I Wanna Be When I Grow Up, featuring Christiane Noll, Darius de Haas, Christopher Sieber, Willemijn Verkaik, Patina Miller and more.

On June 26th, 2012 Scott Alan released his fourth album, LIVE, recorded at the famed Birdland Jazz Club in New York City. This recording featured Samantha Barks, Lea Salonga, Jane Monheit, Marc Broussard, Ramin Karimloo, Pentatonix and many of today's brightest Brodway and West End stars.

On May 6th, 2014 Alan released his fifth album, a seven song collection sung by the composer called Anything Worth Holding on To.

Scott Alan has sold out concerts of his music in New York City, London, Holland, Germany, San Francisco, Boston, Los Angeles and Australia.

On May 24th, 2012 Scott Alan's compositions, 'It's Good to See You Again' was featured on the premiere episode of the ninth season of So You Think You Can Dance.

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